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What about [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AllOfMP3.com allofmp3.com].  The legality of their service is heavily in dispute.  They were taken to court, but the court ruled that they were within their rights under Russian law.  Should we be linking to them?  We should probably adopt a conservative, try-not-to-tread-on-toes approach, and not link to any site which is even remotely questionable.
 
What about [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AllOfMP3.com allofmp3.com].  The legality of their service is heavily in dispute.  They were taken to court, but the court ruled that they were within their rights under Russian law.  Should we be linking to them?  We should probably adopt a conservative, try-not-to-tread-on-toes approach, and not link to any site which is even remotely questionable.
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* "Advanced relationships used to link to legal sources where the music listed in the database can be obtained."  If the site isn't legally providing the media files, then it shouldn't be linked.  If the legality is questionable, I'd suggest skipping them, or at best taking it to the Style Council for a decision ''before'' entering the edit.  [[User:BrianSchweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 14:54, 20 March 2010 (UTC)

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What about allofmp3.com. The legality of their service is heavily in dispute. They were taken to court, but the court ruled that they were within their rights under Russian law. Should we be linking to them? We should probably adopt a conservative, try-not-to-tread-on-toes approach, and not link to any site which is even remotely questionable.

  • "Advanced relationships used to link to legal sources where the music listed in the database can be obtained." If the site isn't legally providing the media files, then it shouldn't be linked. If the legality is questionable, I'd suggest skipping them, or at best taking it to the Style Council for a decision before entering the edit. BrianSchweitzer 14:54, 20 March 2010 (UTC)